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December 10, 1903 - Image 1

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Michigan Daily, 1903-12-10

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The itchigan'a
tiniversity of Michigan is Represented Professor Dow is Trying a New Sys- Philosophical Society Opens This Junior Lit. and Member of Sigma Al.
there one Semester Yearly. tom of Weekly Quizzes. Year's Work With a Lecture by pha Epsilon Fraternity Shoots
Professor Rebec. Himself this Morning.
One departmht of University c- The results of the present methodso-- --
tivity with which the majority of the of holding quo-zot in history courses At for fiftee Wednesasy-ifernoos Itssl if McWilliams, a junior lit
student body is as yet little acquaint- sote and to baliben highly grati- in Tappan iHall Licturit Rooni .Projeray stiint from Kansas City, Mo.,
ed, is the work of the sociological te- ying to te members of the faculty andt a mimber of the Sigma Alpha Ep-
partment at Chicago Commons. For directly interested Last year, owing fesor etrge Rebec deli-rd a lte:- ocioteisiid tb etr
several years past it has been the pot- to Mt.VWodi's il-heath, which cassed tae on0"Pleasure Idealismi anti Truth daty mstrnig ii his room at the frater-
icy of Michigan to send one student bhiniro resign as hed assistant quiz in At-" tBeire Poessor Rt bees ity hone o Waubhtenaw avnu, by
each year'to the Social Settlement iaster a chage. was noade in the letsure the presidet: of th lphil- sho)otn himself through the heart.
In Chicago, better known as Chicago nainr o holding the weekly quiz. sophical society made a tew rc-tarl s ,Nit reasoni can b assigned for his
Commons, to make an original inves- One hal te qiiz setion were given teepraeshh i tt wr t t-tact I tiscsiniainosoesclpt bemFrm rlquzsodcedyPofsrth xandteamsndwkofg the question
tigtio ofsom soialprble. F-ou orl ii,, coidtcteI b Prfesorthe ploitsophical society This yeai Ot o1 bs fraternity tbrothers said
the insestigation pursued, a thesis is Dittoaid the otithe half were givenletrswltidevrtttttoteyisida tonng
prepared which is turned over tthtes-writti-nsqizesalternating every alstties owis soceivetretouniertoheiy liiras toring: hebihts n
Sociological Department, week.hr ftePioohclDprmn etetranero in the fraternity.
The scholarship which has support- Tbe plait-his yer is to ivid e hr t the Pliiei pwas ttI
ot our itwnt uiversitanti by pil litsitradatedl front the Kansa
edt a Student at Chicago Commune fr class itt quiz sicitins as usta, and sophical stecalists fritti otiellaces. it ihbshoot at the ae of 1b and
a-portion of each year has its past botdtotal qtizzes eath week PiofI toiiiimeiiscilei-i tiatebt rsmnwe i
years been raised and donatedl by the LOiw citiidutts fi ve. it these himelf;
Students' Christian Association. This altenatitog eah to-tot oith Mr ry three wet-to at whlichithei no-nYears l.l'here was nott a fellow in
scholarship amounts to $150u and the iniss, ithead asoittant quizmastiretsiloieisiselssii.tTieal qes- ory tiingiawhaitctst ontell antMrst-
person towhom it is awartded is byDOceOttoery mntntia enratwrmit entits dspoo h thii ofss thliii- t- il . H atipi hssotaniec
ths reassustained inChicagot fie revitw i(ticldin thticletre room iislendspileofotherdc-littiber ti eer 'itndiliarnesDo-easitnhistutyids
mnh orcovering essentially tf lta-e tt -loti the lidcay toantiprssbidithsi ymptr thyr ofithsoi-i- notitocrit-im.otteslhat thney adi
whole of the second semester. The Ily this eimtectutideioifoqut-inchalt thk e aty ithprSenter'syfieandic ci - oitt.sofaty im. Halha dyoneymand
awarding of the scholarship is in the studientisohatesit oral quizzeach wekfctKyawthapecerCity.ls tidccasiitonwalth ygoodima
hands of a committee composedoitandtidhi- iobscre points oithlii.past mites. oesorReIes lctratre aiasmCity.bOccasionly thondid
faculty members Profesors Adatmsweeksook ti recieasy iroiight out Phe lesso r ttofs lii-iri- Ilitilt-il it teharitre.oorryitttheonlthingIo
Cooley, and Taylor, now serving in tdimtiotitaiti detais art emphlasized Lci.The entyifioiBri-ai thJihto wasiointol hmaworrysotashowif
this capacity. Upon the Ipresentation inthetuturelatioto theib-wslitle The nueoels t oIenHardyiecibad t rie lttoav ing tcolmaeabth artdn if
of a satisfactory thesis by the person writtets rvi-eistonsitdirtdl ssential oeso oaIitthcsiI iiisl iaii]csig.bth a
holingtheschlarhip te fculy t fi inthemids f te sudet, hethe ine ofi toutgtti ofiits esay atdIirautei-antithat could not bthe
at once presents him with six otrs cirikwicbhie hate just bet-ti tver israitti sa i isciiii, t.iiisotn isl.I sapz
credit, The scholarship is not always there wiltlitiiinotndsmeoter eix it to all of us.
awarded to men for both last year ansI aiinatititsthis seartheli.monthlyptovestceltreartefiii btreakpct I _________
the year before ladies were ltheci- writitn voesill takei.its place iisic itReeaue o thtitistype lPro-i~
cipients. lesorRbecstreamentfthsub
The purposo of this scial settle- ectoas a ittietechiniiical oi in- Junior Lit Class Meeting.
mnt work is two fold. It provides SENIOR LAW PARTY intiatedin i philtsophty t. touts s.Keny called a meeting of the
awayfar' students to specialize alotngwTbe sial oIs ne yteSn wttoomewha alsrtiec buttivl the Juiotit latss ysterda-y afternoon, to
sociological lines in conditions as they ior asa.Gagrsniext Monditay letiueitapbtal -edrastaimtesrltandtI t Mciliats.iTtithelashqnt Roseri
actually exist, and tnder the directiont ight utromuises toi elitst any given ri-cgireatitanligao-tessi rbet rotidayIMtit siitio The baineittitryI
ot those who have considerable exer- spt ar this year ,the orelesra tinmconcusiaon PofeisioorIRbec.sijool alidommi ittew retoppotelindeftelye
ienen ithsoiolgial rosensioinlogicalii ixlue-ostllems tuhIntitAstsinIntglootf tt-it" ipaiecesltoonwiitttlweeurntoitedtose
the second place it places the Univer-' st~ 0atmnt o ine pbsittitivet 0 i.iuxlu..tuit to sninitg oter- andhdrawing up
prgaI gecnitigohwet-w its cncludeduthtocartwt5s tuinIsrt. -i ttoitsale raoisuiions. The commit-
sity ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~fin actual touch with live (lqis- ot lii.-latesst. piecs tf musol. faasitsrwnitslittlsuslti otitriostsnsmtatevig
ions thus giving the hnstutiton a 'ltfrurasmsae a rtcviIyan iaclfs sttttit trt smelit pthiin 5551 ou rot ltis met lfstlevwnng g
broader influence, and incidentally, iof will nake ahandusoume souveirltof itrit r sllsl i 50Otlttlitoahhstknfo u
course, provides a source of valuable tclit.Thytilb ttls urn cit tri s fealsoitfees- stharit it Itlisli titus11 t.h ia m ar
information from year to year. Islot-il std uacts satue will toe- named it ht uoos o -~ u"ttiiuit oa lssat n
The scholarship will undoubtedly atrbuo uuroost ls lt-i t sthusamont to eachilttit ut iriend andloyaliii.ssmuats fath
be raised by the Studuents Chrsiasa-troearoiats lou-u-us hrasg.go ut h ois mt tant-s iioitsThe Whesaso t-esotthe Iethirsyf Det
Association again this yeau as in the tat i tuuit hitut toi tthiatus ouge t mveet stuoo t su ost arete A bsu-ssc t-it ooo 5i ur en es
past. Last year the Association was The dances'tushloestriniclysinformlputoeof50 shilosophsois s toivsti oro
abeloe aseuparsof$210ltaisssuuelu-uustpwatrdtshlognsatoghf t$ot2tit0hs'otooirtttlthiisilvi ' lsttroug.
socioogica wor. Wit thugi toiuss th yfit-tIr i sst (ac il ei t i ht-010 tu ntu- lsthu-tosodandto it ttul Rlout. s ot'eati.'outz throsughat1who
ktnowleduge:on the part oh the osuent o osottusasioi-n-'wt eits-t sl ile.bt t050 lsi ill und iii n I deth Iiulosavli-l ost; asoasrotthomil
body regarding theuaureofsotthus posiivly a ito-st ssotot-lt-tlaut-l. iiatitt Ii su hot i uo mo u oonl
work, the raising of thei.fundllist assssttu to eal us it eal s'is r tinI'ssotfarlit-yisuntlastshotanfohipesal
been gre fly aided,hae soul oonoenvabloe repotui afuor sushtnittmuhslsc ototmse
hitoc-suitolituy au ntijoisuymnstt lt. hs exit Ihy too ndedsolstot the sorrow-
Inconvenience of Lack of Light mou lt bsh, no xepon.uymathsb
The mposiblit of ettng-sue nI-ousit thyand o outhis-members of his
Th mosblt fgtii he Alit eotitiltaustwthoshas soti yet se Of Interes Is Musicians.tiitinugsolgh-hcleecues ccutsol d oatoaett nilfurhiesho
buildings, is causing a great dtahlmtof sus o-ote -oat coumittees',oconssing I hisot <ci- otraits owuamo onguts, m, iit -tot 'floTat thse resou-
Inconvenience this week. Inst hI-ot SchasburgftDvoraboc imhaurdson,. ;e sius ha thssiuI t lu ra sslons1w pradu-ahponthflitminutes of
brary there has no, slince the tbreakt i- o mibSuiumilsy - m-olorsss- tutuitconsucloutichthIto-clutssss, ush oe beisseltsusito his
dw oftepower engine een with be gvuts-onasu d teottich iusfaly oamdltoohis fraternity.
enough lights to accommodatthe nt yet sosloduon or lis r<.a-o SouledN. P. VIER.
students in the reaing romom. Sever- COUNTY FAIR solo the bandman ustouo is veryJ. V KERR.
al times this week has been seen the anxous to go-s musics- mu-tout ico V. L. MINOR, Coin
phenomenon, peculiar indoeedh or ''tmyp5igitt- tuslcAsmi-eciaath-ors- uors o minis and- fl u-c
Michigan, of men sitting on the w wit yunt sagCothAty htwichAsosi-as nitdd'oh Mr. ttd ud t Wet wisho Vansultboomsunwas elected captain of
hen's olde of the library, on acon. bnheda ont ai--hcowsaeerym'snmitnot ho-Univestioty, t can itthe isc~tosinlfottbal tteam for next
of the lack of light on their ownt side- great sucs.Oe oren tn play someitrtdtueni twuld aret ottter. t msot yet decideoh whether
The effects of the lack oultricity treshdolaisros-tere takcentin duringthe snot t y ftute l n. eme-o ied out ret irsusul euno u etya
eu ytwoes-eunimgs. The success of the tnte t n ot we arc- to-ils us-'rnoor'not-snnxt,_year.
are felt particularly in the gymna- ivle ra muto e adw r iln iesm
siums. .The Waterman Gynnasum Ittcriso msolii hr-tautsto elts to thclue owumc s osan plt' a 'lThetChrtstmas reces at Wisconsin
has been obliged to close every ater- work ontiltliiar~tO iloftsoanagenent ittle" ibegins Wetdnesday, Dt. i23.
nocon and evening, and will continuestuht--ostetooiuthertsu- The banoi hots ite rehearsals tveryi,
to do so until after Christmas ho ties srorities and other societies Friday nighifits cle Shooucl of Msis.!T'Ihi. Chusal tUion at the Univrsty
thinBar r Gynasim th threuws ri tqra udThere has been some Prf.HRofman will cotnueotou sitsctO out Ilnosswill hprodce "EtaFeste
~'l lse tl et u h ortl aey about having another fair, ihmB-Ourg"std Nichlar's "Festival Over-
~nd five oclock sections will not be btnognizatusn seensuwilin tostu atblChstascne.
able to mreet again until after hit undertakei.The Athletic Associa -___
Christmas vacation tion on actcount o its enormous re- New Musical Instrumens Ottawa University, at Ottawa, Cana-
plnndceipsattheotball gms, uesntona asdsroe yfieItTus
A basket-ball game was fplann e ofcethe igmsy does The workc of caaloging the us ito tdsrte yfratTus
Friday evening, December ci ~ eltenolo ann ue hsclisrmei ncu tsso siuduy Ts-oss io halt a million dolla
hono ofthe resmen by pikedway as mltlush twos years ago and the grssing as rapidty as cosistentuth the 'fuc fire s supsosel to have ben
team, selected from the senior, junior managers do not care to unsertake the scientific accuracy of ithe work.sr-rthd Inrot a bumning cigarette-
and sphomre tams.Thisgamethe schemne stain Here, then, is a_____
-n sophomoretueamsy forssoaneEach instrumenistobiing e0atlyso
has been -ut off until after Christmas moneymkn potnt om,, , -. ~"_- measured and describoed sos hat thej Penn., Cornel and Columbia want

o'aconofteipsiiiyo l organizuation, sol wno wont to the
o.cunlt oforheiba sbllipticf eCut ai eoe nj t catalogue will have ssomerttal s-abut too1 Yaleamidliars-and too enter crews in
curng igh fo baketbal prctiesall interested in the history out muih;itto intiercollegiate regatta on the Hud-
or even for the game itseIf. much that they wouldl be sure to gocaintues, tisxotiolhttus Ittsecrw adPittn
._________ again, som whoever undertakes it would clisrmns ti xetdta o.I hs rw n rneo
NOTICE be sute tomake mney. Iwouldthe vorkc will be cusopetedobytoshe andulfomrnia shosuld enter at Pough-
A et NgOTE.ado oto fsgetta h oe rteCi end of the Christmas vacatiomi. SProf. keepsie shore would be ten crews rac-
the Michigan Daily will be held in cago Commouns ScholarshipanIteSnlyiwriganxesvehto mu and ih.eetholee ~nmr
Alice Freeman Palmer Memorial be ry of musical instrouments fur list cat-?out a regatta thtan tbe English Henley
Rtoom 6, U. H., at 4 p. m. Thursday, - .ahogue. regta.5
Decembr ifratse.d so thus way.
Chairman.-95 OIC.From the Tnriange"of the Uniter- COR TIN
________________ sity ofutche City out NetwYsorkt In time accosunt of the Freshman R-
hits-,RA, Abbott, Instruuctor in Rhuec- On accotunt of the death of our "The titsity of Michigan in- cehotlon at D3arboour Gym. on 1ast fa-
orie, has been calle to his- home in class-mate, Russell McWilliams, the tends to enter a team at the intercol-r urdlay es-tnit,, it was said that -Phie-
Columus, Oho, by the death Of his junior class lbanquiet scheduled for legiate Fencing Tournament which ney's Orchestra" of Detroit, furnishe
bhr. H is classes will not meet Friday evening, December 11, has will be held tate this winter at New chit music. , This. was a, - - ft;
this week, but"will meet as usual next been indefinitely postpones. York. This will be Michigan's debut' was lbe Harmonic Colored Orchestra
week. EDWIN J. KENNY, Pres. in Eastert, fencing circle. I of Ann Arbor.

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